Office of Civil Rights says disguised boy has right to shower with girls


The Department of Education's office of civil rights says that a disguised boy has been discriminated against because he is not allowed to shower naked with girls.

Federal education authorities, staking out their firmest position yet on an increasingly contentious issue, found Monday that an Illinois school district violated anti-discrimination laws when it did not allow a transgender student who identifies as a girl and participates on a girls’ sports team to change and shower in the girls’ locker room without restrictions.

The Education Department gave 30 days to the officials of Township High School District 211 to reach a solution or face enforcement, which could include administrative law proceedings or a Justice Department court action. The district could lose some or all of its Title IX funding.

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In a letter sent Monday, the Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education told the Palatine district that requiring a transgender student to use private changing and showering facilities was a violation of that student’s rights under Title IX, a federal law that bans sex discrimination. The student, who identifies as female but was born male, should be given unfettered access to girls’ facilities, the letter said.

The boy should be given unfettered access to naked girls. What's confusing about that?

The district said she was allowed to change inside the girls’ locker room, but only behind a curtain. The student, who has not been publicly identified, has said she would probably use that curtain to change. But she and the federal government have insisted that she be allowed to make that decision voluntarily, and not because of requirements by the district.

That's right! The boy should decide whether he gets to see the other girls naked and show them his private parts.

“What our client wants is not hard to understand:She wants to be accepted for who she is and to be treated with dignity and respect — like any other student,” said John Knight, director of the L.G.B.T. and H.I.V. Project of the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois

The boy just wants a little dignity and respect--just like any other boy who wants to see the girls naked in close quarters! As a person who is TransIncomed, I identify with the special needs of those in the Trans community.

All kidding aside, this is sick, and this is perverted, and this perversion is being coercively pushed by the highest levels of government. This is not about the "dignity" of this arrogant, perverted boy, who was given his own changing room--he demands to see naked girls and for naked girls to see his male body, and he doesn't care about anyone's "dignity" or "respect" but his own. If you click through to the comment section of the Times article, you will see that even most liberals are horrified by this. Most people hate this kind of extreme leftism, with girls staging walkouts rather than letting disguised boys watch them undress.

This is an enormous opening for Republicans. Who is waging the "war on women" now? It is radical Democrats pushing for girls to be exposed to naked men. Now Hillary Clinton has become a born again transvestite supporter. Would it really be hard for a Republican in a debate to turn to her and say, "Mrs. Clinton do you really want girls to be forced to expose themselves to boys in locker rooms?"

It's indefensible. It sounds like a small issue compared to illegal immigration and the debt, but I think a candidate who focuses on this could destroy Clinton's credibility. Unfortunately, while this topic has been much in the news, most of the Republican candidates have been quiet about it. I wonder why?

(Abridged version originally published in AT)



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